Saturday, April 13, 2024

Setting the World of Jewellery on Fire

Firescan, an all in one laser engraving system, is being introduced to UK jewellery manufacturers by the leading industry supplier, Finishing Techniques. Individuality is the name of the game. Customers want jewellery that says something about them or records an event of importance to them such that it is timeless, like the piece that carries the message.

Now Firescan will give the jewellery industry a flexible laser system that is safe to use on a desktop. The ultra-precise 0.2mm laser beam is controlled from a standard PC running easy to use software that is supplied with the unit. Perfect engraving and inscriptions can be made on single pieces or batch production of jewellery and giftware. Signatures, graphics, logos, photos and more are reproduced flawlessly every time at resolutions up to 1000dpi.

Precious metals and even plastics are easy to etch using Firescan. Deep engraving and intricate designs can be performed on flat or curved surfaces without the need for extensive training. Furthermore, all markings are permanent, chemical proof and abrasion proof.

Unlike many other systems, Firescan is completely air cooled so there is no need for a water connection. This contributes to low running costs and makes the unit more compact and convenient to locate wherever there is a standard power point.

Firescan is one of a range of quality laser engraving and welding machines made by Siro Lasertech of Germany and available in the UK solely through Finishing Techniques. Product details are available from the company on 01706 825819.

More information: Jonathan Dean, Finishing Techniques Ltd, Tel 01706 825819 Fax. 01706 825748 E-mail: Web:

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